C3 Presents is excited to announce The Official 2019 ACL Festival Late Night Shows! From October 3 through October 13, concertgoers can extend their fest experience and party on in some of Austin's favorite music venues. This year's Late Night Shows include a variety of ACL Music Festival artists including Gary Clark Jr, James Blake, King Princess, Third Eye Blind, Kali Uchis, Rebelution, GRiZ, Jenny Lewis, Fisher, and many more. Check out the full list of shows at and below.

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The Official 2019 ACL Fest Late Night Shows:

10/3 Gary Clark Jr @ Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater

10/3 Hippie Sabotage w/ Paul Sebastian @ Emo’s Austin (18+)

10/3 FIDLAR w/ XETAS @ Scoot Inn

10/4 Gary Clark Jr @ Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater

10/4 TroyBoi @ Emo’s Austin (18+)

10/4 The Comet is Coming with DJ Mel @ Scoot Inn

10/4 Pink Sweat$ @ Antone’s (18+)

10/4 Blackillac @ Stubb’s Indoors

10/5 Golden Dawn Arkestra @ Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater

10/5 Jai Wolf w/ Hotel Garuda and Memba @ Emo’s Austin (18+)

10/5 IDLES @ Mohawk

10/5 Jenny Lewis w/ Cherry Glazerr @ Scoot Inn

10/5 Eric Rachmany w/ Reed Turner – A Benefit for Proclaim Justice @ Antone’s (18+)

10/5 Shura w/ Faye Webster @ 3TEN

10/6 GRiZ w/ Capyac (DJ Set) @ Emo’s Austin (18+)

10/6 Misterwives with Briston Maroney @ Scoot Inn

^10/6 Gospel Brunch: Bells of Joy @ Stubb's Indoors

10/7 BANKS w/ Kevin Garrett @ Scoot Inn

10/8 Bea Miller w/ Kah-lo @ Scoot Inn

*10/9 Waller Creek Conservancy Benefit feat. King Princess @ Stubbs Waller Creek


10/10 Kali Uchis w/ Mahalia @ Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater

10/10 Flamingosis w/ BoomBaptist @ The Parish

10/10 Monsieur Periné w/ special guest Vanessa Zamora @ Antone’s (18+)

10/10 Alesia Lani @ Stubb’s Indoors (FREE show!)

10/11 James Blake w/ Armani White @ Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater

10/11 RL Grime w/ Montell2099 and Jawns @ Emo’s Austin (18+)

10/11 Sigrid w/ Alexander 23 and Raffaella @ Scoot Inn

10/12 Third Eye Blind w/ Mallrat @ Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater

10/12 Rebelution w/ Steady Legend @ Emo’s Austin

10/12 Joseph w/ Caroline Rose @ Scoot Inn

10/12 Julia Jacklin w/ Christian Lee Hutson @ The Parish

10/12 Still Woozy w/ Johnny Utah @ Antone’s (18+)

10/12 Chris Shiflett w/ Cordovas and Leon III @ Continental Club (21+)

10/13 Fisher @ Emo’s Austin (18+)

10/13 Orville Peck w/ Louisianna Purchase @ Scoot Inn

^10/13 Gospel Brunch: The Disciples of Joy @ Stubb’s Indoors

*Already on sale

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Austin City Limits Music Festival takes place October 4-6 and October 11-13 at Zilker Park. Tickets are available at Music fans ages 10 and under will be admitted free of charge accompanied by a ticketed adult. Don’t miss one of this year’s most highly anticipated lineups featuring Guns N’ Roses, Mumford & Sons, Childish Gambino, The Cure, Cardi B (W1 only), Billie Eilish, Tame Impala, Robyn (W2 only), and many more.

UMS 2019: The Best of The Best (Top Performances)

UMS 2019: Denver shines as Two Parts unites it whole

Words by Jocelyn Rockhold

The Underground Music Showcase is obviously not so underground anymore—it seems like everyone in Denver was at the city’s best music festival. Part of this is due to the festival takeover of Two Parts, a local boutique event company. While this is only the company’s second year heading the festival, the increase in quality marketing, spatial planning, and vendor partnerships is obvious. The festival continues to evolve and we can only wait to see what comes of it the next few years.

While some of the smaller venues ran into issues of having huge lines and overwhelmingly hot temperatures, barriers were well-placed, the schedule was thought out, and artists were selected strategically.

Here are the top shows from the weekend.


Texas emcee Deezie Brown shines. (Photo Credit: Robert Castro)

Deezie Brown @ Odyssey Stage

Hailing from the Lone Star State, Brown brought his amazing lyrical prowess to the UMS for his third straight year. This year the emcee brought a more polished sound and showmanship on the tails of his recently released debut album Judith, which has been been playing on our rotation all year. The confidence of a Kanye West with the lyrical mastery of Kendrick Lamar, Brown showed us why he is one of hip hop’s hidden gems. In a few years we will be talking about how we saw him at this little festival called the UMS.

Deezie Brown is Deezie Brown, Aldo aka Groove Remote and Dany aka Educacion


While stereotypes of Canada portray it as a polite, mild population, the country is full of vast wilderness, miles and miles of utter isolation, and weather that can be bitterly cold and dark. Black Mountain, from Vancouver, encapsulates the Canadian dark side that people rarely think about with a fervent, thunderous rumble.

Beginning with ominous chants leading up to a fiery video screen, a blood red “BLACK MOUNTAIN” shown in simple font, the 5-piece brought some dark, psychedelic masterpieces to the showcase stage. With a flaming background, Black Mountain launched into a set full of stoner, space rock goodness, relying on the music to speak for themselves rather than attempting to make small talk throughout the set.

Black Mountain utilized the video screen in perhaps the most apt way for the entire festival—the video screen complimented everything that the band stood for and created a foreboding presence that surely lasted in many minds for the rest of the weekend. Performing songs such as “Florian Saucer Attack” and “Space to Bakersfield,” Black Mountain brought one of the most impressive performances of the weekend.

Black Mountain is Stephen McBean, Arjan Miranda, Rachel Fannan, Adam Bulgasem and Jeremy Schmidt.

The Velveteers played to a packed 3 Kings. (Photo Credt: Kate Rose)


The Velveteers are much different from when we first saw them 4 or 5 years ago. Then, they were an emerging outfit from Boulder, a brother and sister two-piece that obviously had raw talent—now, they have fully grown into who they are meant to be, and that is a trio of full-blown, heavy, experienced rockers.

With Demi Demitro, front woman and guitarist, and both John Demitro and Adrian Pottersmith on the drums (you read that right—two drummers), the band mixed in both newer songs and older ones that we’ve been a fan of from the get go, such as “Just Like the Weather.” Tossing waxed letters into the

crowd, Demi had full control of the stage, shredding a guitar-driven frenzy, leaping from the drum kit and writhing on the ground with an electrified intensity. The three members clearly have an appreciation for each other, based on both familial and artistic connection.

The Demitros and Pottersmith clearly have much more in store for the world. This band is one that we have grown with, and we can’t wait to see them grow further as they tour the UK later this year.

The Velveteers is Demi Demitro, John Demitro, and Adrian Pottersmith.

Levi Double U throwing down in the 303 Magazine Green Room at UMS. (Photo Credit: Robert Castro)

The Green Room @ 3 Kings Tavern

An afterparty after a party. As rumors floated about a secret “Green Room” after party our spider senses were triggered. You had to sign up for an email list to get a code to enter the exclusive party, as boujee as we are sometimes, we were all over it. The good folks at 303 Magazine turned the 3 Kings basement into a green filled room with some amazing DJ’s to usher in the late night fans.

With shrubbery adorning the cavernous basement DJ’s such as Levi Double U and Motion Trap played amazing sets that had the crowds dancing up a storm.

Other notable sets: Wildermiss, Leikeli47, Covenhoven, Colfax Speed Queen, Izcalli


Chicano Batman slaying their set. (Photo Credit: Robert Castro)


One of the more eclectic and genre-bending groups of the night, Chicano Batman also happened to be the best dressed. The funky, soulful group was effortlessly cool in blazers and skinny pants, garnering one of the largest crowds of the festival.

Chicano Batman certainly had one of the most interesting mixtures of styles of the weekend as well. Playing hits such as “Freedom is Free” and “Black Lipstick,” the band showed off its prowess as masters of indie pop, romanticism, and Tropicalia, a 1960’s artistic movement stemming from Brazil. Chicano Batman, with its unique sound and suave style, simply had a swagger that was unmatched by anyone else at the festival.

Chicano Batman is Eduardo Arenas, Carlos Arévalo, Bardo Martinez, and Gabriel Villa.


To begin, Last Call Romance was a lucky encounter—after stumbling into Skylark Lounge looking for water, we were pleasantly greeted by the swingiest, most energetic group of the night. While our stay was brief, the impression left by the group lasted much longer. Despite everyone’s aching feet from an already long day, Last Call Romance had just the right amount of spirit to get everyone dancing.

tLast Call Romance’s complete comfortableness with each other lends itself to an environment that encourages the crowd to be wholly engaged. The genre of Rockabilly-Swing may be a turn off for some, but don’t let it deter you from seeing this enthusiastic, boogying group next time they hit the stage in Denver.

Last Call Romance is Chris Winters and Emily Winters, with various members on upright bass, lead guitar, saxophone and drums.


YaSi has some big Stevie Nicks energy—and we aren’t just saying that because of her stylistic, hip-hop version of Fleetwood Mac’s “Visions.” Yasi gives off the impression that she knows exactly what you need to fix your life, and that includes some good old self-reflection.

YaSi, a first-generation Iranian-American rapper, knows how to have fun but also how to keep it real. Speaking of her experience of being in Iran when the Muslim ban was announced under Trump, she elaborated on how despite her and her family’s unique challenges, she was still here and she was going to do a damn good job of doing her own thing.

Backed by a hype-man DJ and an incredibly talented drummer relaying YaSi’s oh-so-essential beats, YaSi proved that yes, she’s a girl, and yes, she’s learning and having fun just like the rest of us. We promise— listen to “Issues” and you won’t regret it.

Yasi is also known as Yasman Azimi.

Other notable sets: Wheelchair Sports Camp, Turrvy Organ, Tyto Alba, Whiskey Autumn, Zach Maxwell, Oxeye Daisy


Kyle Emerson one of the standout acts at UMS. (Photo Credit: Aly McClaran)


Kyle Emerson and his band seem to be an introspective bunch. While drummer Mark Anderson seemed to be the source of most light-hearted stage banter, Emerson and his band, rather than relying on any witty set talk or flashy lights, are simply extraordinary musicians and that is what makes this band great. It’s obvious that all members of the band, including guitarist Miles Eichner and bassist Daniel Vollmar, have honed the technical aspects of their instruments. After all, they each have many years of experience—Emerson has had a hand in past musical projects such as Plum, and Eichner and Vollmar played together in now defunct Shady Elders. Vollmar and Emerson even played together 11 years ago in a church youth group.

Emerson’s set consisted of some songs off his EP Dorothy Alice such as “Goddamn Low” and some newer pieces such as “I Can Change.” Songs such as the latter really show off some of the artist’s best songwriting ability and leaves the audience with some questions themselves—can we actually change? If we can, how do we do it? If we do change, who are we doing it for?

Kyle Emerson is supported by Miles Eichner, Daniel Vollmar, and Mark Anderson.

Collin Johnson of Flaural. (Photo Credit: Aly McClaran)


Flaural at this point has joined UMS royalty—the band even had a moniker slice at Pie Hole UMS weekend. Despite the heat on Sunday, Flaural was nothing but cool, each of them donning a pair of sunglasses and the confidence of a band who is well, constantly touring. We were lucky enough to catch them in town during UMS.

One of the most unique aspects of Flaural is its modern shoegaze twist—while clearly taking influence from shoegaze’s archetypical walls of noisy, overwhelming sound, the band uses enough psychedelic While the band mostly played songs off its new album, Postponement, the crowd favorite was obviously “Nonnie,” a song from Flaural’s EP Over Imaginary Cigarettes.

Flaural is Noah Pfaff, Collin Johnson, Nick Berlin, and Connor Birch.

Adiel Mitchell takes his performance outside at the Irish Rover (Photo Credit: Robert Castro)

Adiel Mitchell @ Irish Rover

Every year we see a breakout performance at UMS that has us in awe. In all the years we have covered this festival we have never seen anybody take the performance outside the venue, Mitchell carried his outside to a gathering crowd as he serenade them for a brief moment. Still a newcomer to the scene he is slowly etching his way to being one of the best live performers in Denver. The kid has all the tools to take it to the next level, this is just the beginning for Mitchell as he continues to take the world by storm.

Adiel Mitchell is Adiel Mitchell and Levi Double U

Earth Gang from Atlanta, Georgia leaving their mark. (Photo Credit: Robert Castro)

Earth Gang @ Odyssey Stage

Th party didn’t let up Sunday night as Atlanta duo- Earth Gang took to the stage to close out the Odyssey Stage. The rappers Olu (aka Johnny Venus) and WowGr8 (aka Doctur Dot) set the stage on fire as they brought out their much hypes set to the masses. Recently signed to J. Cole’s Dreamville Records the duo emits comparisons to groups such as Outkast, Goddie Mob, and The Pharcyde. At one point during their set they probably had about 15-20 people on stage dancing with them making for an amazing spectacle.

Other notables sets: Rad Dudes, Vic N’ The Narwals, Cheap Perfume, Jackie Mendoza, Bud Bronson & The Good Timers, Tuxedo

Overall, UMS 2019 was an utter success. Despite the newness of Two Parts’ ownership, the festival ran without a hitch. We are certain that UMS can only go up from here.

Crowds gather at one of the three main stages at UMS. (Photo Credit: Robert Castro)

Photo Gallery: Robert Castro

Colfax Speed Queen - Photo Credit: Kate Rose

LVDY - Photo Credit: Kate Rose

Motion Trap - Photo Credit: Kate Rose

The Odyssey Stage - Kate Rose

Slow Caves - Photo Credit: Kate Rose

Sophie Meiers - Photo Credit: Kate Rose

The Velveteers - Photo Credit: Kate Rose

Cheap Perfume - Photo Credit: Kate Rose

Flaural - Photo Credit: Kate Rose

Jackie Mendoza - Photo Credit: Kate Rose

Rad Dudes - Photo Credit: Kate Rose

Y La Bamba - Photo Credit: Kate Rose

Zebroids - Photo Credit: Kate Rose

Various Artist - Photo Credit: Aly McClaran

Westword Music Showcase Celebrates 25 Years

Bishop Briggs providing one of the best sets of the day. (Photo Credit: Robert Castro)

Earlier this month we had a chance to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Westword Music Showcase here in Denver. The entertainment outlet has been putting on this amazing festival for years and lucky for us we have had a chance to cover a handful of them. Taking place in the Golden Triangle neighborhood of Denver, the festival went all out for this year’s lineup which featured everything from indie to electronic dance. With temperatures in the mid 90’s it was a perfect opportunity to grab a White Claw and Breck Brew Summer Pils to cool off. Festival goer’s were able to escape the heat taking refuge inside venues along Broadway to see some of the best local music bands from our area. From rockers Citra to up and coming star Bailey Elora, the lineup catered to the masses. This year Breckenridge Brewery took hold of the main sponsorship and their presence was felt as a “Breck Brew Camping” area adorned the parking lot between the main stages offering games, live art installations and a silent disco. Standout performances included main stage acts Yasi, Bishop Briggs, The Knocks, Slow Caves, Jai Wolf, and CHVRCHES. Local acts that shined included Adiel Mitchell, Los Mocochetes, CITRA, The Velveteers, Briana Straut, Corsicana, Vic N’ Narwals, as well as DJ sets by Erin Stereo and Polyphoni.

The festival itself has always been the unofficial kickoff to summer in the mile high and provides an amazing day with an amazing layout to be able to catch multiple stages. This years talent was as good as any of the previous years we have covered. Cheers and hopefully we get to celebrate the next 25 years with the Westword Music Showcase.

-Robert Castro

Photo Gallery: Robert Castro